Cocaine Nation : How the White Trade Took over the World / Tom Feiling.
- ISBN: 9781605982823
- ISBN: 1605982822
- Physical Description: xvi, 350 pages ; 22 cm
- Edition: 1st Pegasus trade pbk. ed.
- Publisher: New York : Pegasus Books, 2012.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.
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How Did We Get Here? -- From Soft Drink to Hard Drug -- Building a Hard Drug Economy -- A Rush to Punish -- Cutting off the Lizard's Tail -- Supply and the Third World -- Smugglers -- The Mexican Supply Chain -- "Cocaine is the Atomic Bomb of Latin America" -- Globalization -- Where Do We Go From Here? -- The Demand for Cocaine -- Legalization -- Prospects.
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Tom Feiling is an award-winning documentary filmmaker. He spent a year working in South America where he made Resistencia: Hip-Hop in Colombia, which won numerous awards around the world. He now lives in London where he is a director for Justice for Colombia, which defends human rights in Colombia. Cocaine Nation is his first book.